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Wednesday, June 26

26th Jun - EU Open

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News roundup – Between The Hedges
The 6am Cut London – alphaville / FT
Emerging Markets Headlines – beyondbrics / FT
Europe Morning MoneyBeat: Sense Of Calm Returns at Last – WSJ

3 Numbers to Watch: German Cons. Confidence, French GDP, US GDPTradingFloor
A German consumer survey will paint an optimistic picture while final first quarter gross domestic product figures for France and the United States will remind us that there is still plenty of room for economic improvement elsewhere.

Market Preview: German GfK consumer confidence and US GDP eyedTradingFloor
European markets are expected to open higher Wednesday. Traders await today's German GfK consumer confidence survey for July for growth cues. Also, today’s revised US first quarter GDP will be in focus which is likely to match the earlier estimate.

Danske DailyDanske Bank (pdf)
After failing to reach an agreement last Friday EU-finance ministers will meet again today in Brussels in another attempt to agree on a resolution mechanism for failing banks as part of a banking union framework

Bondiostojen vähentäminen taas askelta lähempänä USA:ssa * Positiivinen jenkkidata lisäsi korkojen nousupaineita


China’s about face with banks eases fears of crisisFT
The Chinese central bank promised to provide liquidity support to any financial institution strapped for cash. What is more, without naming any names, the central bank said it had already provided such support.

Great Graphic: The Growth of China's Shadow BankingMarc to Market

Mundell: Strange Crunch for ChinaWSJ
China’s cash crunch saga may be Beijing’s new way to tame its banks wild lending. But to Nobel prize-winning economist Robert Mundell, it’s a “strange way” to handle the crunch.

PBoC: China’s bank of dadbeyondbrics / FT

Sovereign Default Risk for Problem AreasBespoke

Rates morning commentNordea
PBoC softens its stance. US data beats expectations. ECB probably not very concerned with rising interest rates

13 BankersFive Books
By Simon Johnson and James Kwak

Ilman euroa Suomen asema olisi paljon huonompiHS
Euro on tuonut Suomen talouteen ennennäkemätöntä vakautta. Uudistusten ansiosta euroalueella on tulevaisuudessa entistäkin paremmat valmiudet kohdata kriisejä.